Who's Who in Reception

Deputy Head and Early Years Manager: Mrs Lynch

Early Years Coordinator: Mrs Bristow

RJB

Class Teachers: Mrs Hunt (Monday & Tuesday) and Miss Elliott (Wednesday, Thursday & Friday)

Teaching Assistant - Miss Powis

RPG

Class Teachers: Miss Preece (Monday & Tuesday) and Mrs Gunnell (Wednesday, Thursday & Friday)

 Teaching Assistants: Mrs Nichols & Mrs Baker

RBS

Class Teachers: Mrs South and Miss Rudge (Friday)

Teaching Assistant: Miss Arnold

Teaching Assistants supporting in Reception:

Mrs Hill

SEND: SENCo - Mrs Watts and Mrs Hough

Home Learning

Below are two packs of home learning resources for children to access and complete if they are at home self-isolating.

If the entire class bubble has to close due to a positive Covid-19 case then the class will move to onlne home learning through Tapestry.

Reception home learning pack - week 1

Reception home learning pack - week 2

Support Accessing Tapestry

Tapestry:

  • We use Tapestry at Leominster Primary School for children in Nursery and Reception.
  • Each child will have their own online journal where observations, photographs and even videos can be added to show parents and carers about their time in school.
  • Parents and carers can have access to their child’s journal. You can view observations and comment on them and add observations of your own.

For support in activating your account please watch this video:

Tapestry for parents / relatives: Setting up your account

Forsupport in adding an observation please watch this video:

Tapestry for parents / relatives: Adding an observation

For any other help and support please speak to your child's teacher or Mrs Bristow.

Cultural Capital in the EYFS at Leominster Primary School

In EYFS at Leominster Primary School we aim to construct a curriculum that is purposeful, ambitious and designed to give children the knowledge, self-belief and cultural capital (life skills) they need to succeed in life and becoming independent learners. This will enable children to develop their resilience, ability to take risks and take pride in their own achievements. We expand children’s knowledge and experiences through the seven areas of learning. Our curriculum is purposeful and creates awe & wonder. Children are motivated to become enthusiastic within their learning and prepares them for school life and beyond.

Below are just some of the engaging activities that our children have enjoyed:

EYFS Enrichment Activities to support Cultural Capital